Attorney General John Ashcroft Testifies/POW's In the War Against Terrorism


Guests:

Nina Totenberg
* NPR's Legal Affairs Correspondent

Jeffrey Rosen
*Associate Professor of Law, George Washington University
* Legal Affairs Editor, The New Republic
* Author, The Unwanted Gaze: The Destruction of Privacy in America

Benjamin Johnson
* Associate Director of Advocacy and Public Affairs, The American Immigration Lawyers Association

Tom Gjelten
* NPR Pentagon/Defense Correspondent

Carlotta Gall
* Correspondent, The New York Times in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan

T.R. Reid
* Bureau Chief The Washington Post in London
* Frequent Contributor to NPR's Morning Editon

Attorney General John Ashcroft will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday. The issues include, military tribunals, rights of detanees in US custody and the Justice Department's anti-terrorism policies. Join Neal Conan, NPR's Legal Correspondent Nina Totenberg and others for analysis of Attorney General Ashcroft's testimony.....Plus, how more than 600 Taliban prisoners were killed in Afghanistan.

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